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Shakti: Cross-Party Ethnic MPs Panel

November 03, 2017 at 10:06 AM

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White Ribbon Month: Cross-Party Ethnic MPs Panel 23rd November

 

WeToo: Reclaim the Night against sexual assault and harassment Nov 4th, 7pm at Britomart
Auckland Young Feminist Hui - Dec 2nd at AUT
Shakti Youth's Mission Statement: Step by step, we will work towards empowering all migrant and refugee youth in Aotearoa/New Zealand to live lives with dignity, free from violence and fear, and to help create safer homes and communities together.
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